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Animals

Mountain lion debate just won't go away

Mickaell Watts of Greenville said she started a Facebook page on reported mountain lion sightings in the area because she was seeing posts online and wanted to set up a central place for people to...   0

Letters to the Editor

Defining who we are

To the Editor: Sept. 17 marked 230 years since the Framers of our Constitution put it in place. Every citizen should take the time to read the Constitution carefully.   0

Historical Markers

Roadside History: Newington

The name "Bloody Point" is tied to a feud in 1631 between Capt. Walter Neal and Capt. Thomas Wiggin. Even though their threats did not escalate to a battle over the land, the name stuck.   0


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The day Brownfield, Maine burned

BROWNFIELD, Maine Seven decades ago this month, the church bells of prosperous Brownfield, Maine, clanged with a frantic peal. Little did those who pulled at the ropes realize that they were...   0